Pennsylvania Supremes Laugh At Constitution With Mail-In Decision — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, yesterday (Aug. 2), declared that mail-in voting as per Act 77 is allowed under the state Constitution.
The vote was 5-2 with all Democrats voting yes and the Republicans dissenting.
Here’s the wording regarding absentee voting in the State Constitution:
§ 14. Absentee voting. (a) The Legislature shall, by general law, provide a manner in which, and the time and place at which, qualified electors who may, on the occurrence of any election, be absent from the municipality of their residence, because their duties, occupation or business require them to be elsewhere or who, on the occurrence of any election, are unable to attend at their proper polling places because of illness or physical disability or who will not attend a polling place because of the observance of a religious holiday or who cannot vote because of election day duties, in the case of a county employee, may vote, and for the return and canvass of their votes in the election district in which they respectively reside.
Either our Supreme Democrats are illiterate or they just don’t care about the rule of law.
The process for amending the Pennsylvania Constitution requires approval in consecutive legislative sessions followed by a referendum. A law like Act 77 doesn’t suffice.
When judges say round is square and black is white and can’t tell the difference between men and women, whitecaps are on the water.
The case decided was Doug McLinko vs Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of State et al. No. J-18A-2022, J-18B-2022, J-18C-2022, J-18D-2022, and J-18E-2022